Caleb was abandoned and left outside for a month in January in the cold of winter when his owner moved. Neighbors didn’t call rescue until after one month. He is 3 years old and the sweetest most gentle soul! We had him DNA tested and he is also the biggest Sheltie I have ever met! (More to love!) He was meant to be with us. Our other Sheltie, Kobe, is happy to have a companion since the loss of his brother, Chester.
A great experience with rescue in honor of our Chester.
You are so lucky, Margaret.
What a sweetheart!
Happy Anniversary Sprite!! It was five years ago we adopted Sprite from Sheltie Rescue and we’ve had a happy adventure with her ever since. She was picked up from someone’s carport where she had delivered a litter of puppies. She arrived at the high-kill shelter in very poor condition but quickly blossomed with loving care. She’s very smart, very silly and always craves petting (with BOTH hands, preferably!) Here are pictures of Sprite five years ago and today.
Better yet, let’s call it a happy beginnings!
Hugs to you Debbie for adopting her! :)
I just adopted Eiley from Second Chance Sheltie Rescue in St. Louis and this is her favorite silly sleeping position!
Such a silly girl, Angela!
Hugs to you for adopting!
I am submitting my sweetie Emerson Rose aka “Emmy” whom we adopted from Central Illinois Sheltie Rescue in May 2015. She lived a less than desirable life in an Amish puppy mill and was heart worm positive when she came into rescue. With treatment and much love she is now negative and healthy as can be. She is a wonderful addition to our family!
Hugs for adopting such a cutie, Beth!
This is a Second Chance Sheltie Rescue alum, Toby.
At 15 years young, this sweet boy still enjoys sleeping on his mom’s bed.
Hugs for giving him such a loving home, Christine!